Joe Biden Gets $455,000 Contract From DHS to Construct Fence Around His Beach Home
According to a report, a $455,000 fence awarded by The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) may possibly be constructed around the Delaware beach house of Joe Biden, President of the United States of America.
In September, DHS had granted a $456,548 contract to a Delaware construction company named Rehoboth’s Turnstone Builders to construct the security fence, according to USASpending.gov.
As of Oct. 20, no form of construction or building has commenced, according to the Cape Gazette, nonetheless, on the government spending website, it proclaimed that the project is anticipated to be completed at the year-end.
According to Country Tax Records, Biden has initially purchased a North Shores home in 2017, for a sum of $2.7 million.
He has been discovered twice on the property since he attained the presidential position in the United States.
The local report states that the Secret Service and local police created up some security checkpoints, had a near pond closed plus temporary flight restrictions were put out by the Federal Aviation Administration.
Several months later, Biden made his second visit on the property which had security perimeters created at the Lewes-Rehoboth Canal and the Atlantic Ocean by the Coast Guard.
As at the time this report was filed, the White House was contacted for comment by the Washington Examiner, none had been received so far.